Prince Charles in Africa: Royal speaks Pidgin in Nigeria visit
The Prince of Wales tried out some choice phrases in Pidgin as he addressed Nigerians in the commercial capital Lagos at the end of his nine-day tour of West Africa.
Pidgin is spoken by tens of millions of people across the region, even though it is not officially recognised.
The heir to the throne spoke about the work of his youth charity in supporting entrepreneurs.
Prince Charles also receives a signed copy of the Red Book, The Benin Monarchy from Oba Ewuare II